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  1. Ok, I'm at my wits end here ( or maybe I forgot to take my meds ). I can't for the life of me figure out how to do write a lisp command that i can execute when opening a cad drawing. Little history here. I have created standard templates for everyone in my office to use, but some departments like to alter these to fit their needs, which ultimately destroys the whole idea of having standards. I would like help with a lisp command that will do the following. After I open the drawing Run lisp called "Cleanup" that will Select all multileaders by style named hori
  2. Yesterday by AutoCAD crashed and since then I have been experiencing a number of issues with all of my existing dwg files and any new files I create. The prob is that I am unable to select items (objects/text/lines) before I select the commands. For instance I am unable to select a line and then press delete. I am also unable to select a viewport to lock and unable to select text to edit. I am also unable to copy with basepoint, or copy things in to a new drawing file. However I can delete / move as long as I select the command prior to selecting the item. Has anyone got any solution
  3. I have a dynamic block with a flip parameter - It works fine in my reference file but when I copy and paste it into another drawing the horizontal flip no longer works. I've tried purging and auditing the drawings but to no avail. What gives? doesntwork.dwg works.dwg
  4. I'm trying to develop a dynamic block that takes two attributes input from the user (lets call them "x" and "y") and then divides them by the distance ("dist") of a line within the block that may be stretched. Then the result of this formula ((x + y) / dist) is to be displayed as an M-TEXT within the block definition. The problem I'm experiencing is that no matter what I do I can't convey the value of the attributes to the M-TEXT within the block - It only shows their default values and there's nothing I can do to update it with the current attribute values for the block. In other
  5. I have this code: (setq PT1 (getpoint)) (setq PT2 (getpoint PT1)) (command "LINE" PT1 PT2) (command) (setq obj1 (entget (entlast))) (setq ent (car (nentsel "\nSelect Entity: \n"))) (cond ((/= ent nil) (setq obj2 (entget ent)) (command "chamfer" obj ent) ) ((= ent nil) (setq PT3 (getpoint ent)) (command "LINE" PT2 PT3) ) ) ) Its supposed to be able to draw a line when if there is no entity it draws the line up till that point where I tried to selec
  6. I want a lisp that when two lines are inserted and they intersect each other at 90 degrees, I want them to create a chamfer
  7. There are multiple attributes that I want to be able to increment by 1. However there are a couple of problems, there are different attributes but I want to be able to select all of them and I the value that I want to increment by 1 has a letter before it.
  8. in earlier versions of autocad osnap used to snap to all endpoints if i had it enabled. Now osnap only snaps to endpoints that would be visiable if the object was solid. If a endpoint is "through", underneath, or inside a object. I am unable to snap to it. I am using autocad 2015 does anyone know where the setting is to toggle this behavior?
  9. Help, I keep getting this stupid error no function definition even though I have clearly defun it in my lisp. (defun ISOCP3TEXT () (command "-style" "isocp3" "isocp.shx" "3" "1" "0" "no" "no") ) (defun ISO3 () (ISOCP3TEXT) (setvar "clayer" "0") (setq pt1 (getpoint "")) (initdia) (command ".mtext" pt1) ) (defun c:meh () (ISO3) If you are wondering, I am using meh which may seem redundant but in my main source code, I actually need to call up iso3 due to a dialog box settings thing. For some reason, when I try to run meh, I keep getting ; error: no function definitio
  10. I have been getting this error in autocad 2015 but not in 2014 for some reason. Cannot invoke (command) from *error* without prior call to (*push-error-using-command*). Converting (command) calls to (command-s) is recommended. Can anybody please help me understand what this means? I have been using this code from Afralisp (defun c:drawline () ;define function (initerr) ;intit error (setvar "cmdecho" 0) ;reset variables (setvar "osmode" 32) (command "undo" "m") ;set mark (setq pt1 (getpoint "\nPick First Point: ")) ;get points (setq pt2 (getpoint pt1 "\nPick Seco
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